Orase Curate (Clean Cities), the itinerant ECOTIC campaign, dedicated to the collection of used electrical and electronic equipment in the urban environment, continues its route in 2018.
After 29 campaigns that informed about 300.000 people and led to the collection of 50 tons of WEEE (waste electrical and electro equipmentnice) in 2017, during March 12-30, 2018, the campaign “Clean Cities" takes place in Brăila.
As it is known, Romania has the obligation to reach a target of 45% collection of waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE). In this context, ECOTIC continues its efforts to raise awareness among the population in order to hand over WEEE to specialized collection points.
"Clean cities" is the ECOTIC campaign that pursues this goal in the urban environment. Together with local public and environmental authorities, ECOTIC informs residents of dozens of cities across the country about the need to collect WEEE and provides collection points where this waste can be brought and handed over for recycling.
In 2018, the campaign continues in the city of Brăila, with the support of the Ministry of Environment, the City Hall of Braila through SUPAGL Brăila and RER Ecologic Service Brăila. Between March 12-30, 2018, the inhabitants of Brăila municipality are encouraged to hand over correctly for recycling the waste of electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE).
Thus, during the campaign, any resident of Brăila who will hand over a waste of at least 5kg accumulated at the municipal collection point in the Obor neighborhood, Dinamo area, will receive an instant prize. The collection schedule is from Monday to Friday, from 9:00 to 10:00 and from 17:00 to 19:00.
To collect large and bulky waste electrical and electronic equipment, you can call the phone numbers 0239 615 664 and 0766 300 800. An RER team in Brăila will travel and pick up WEEE from home.
The campaign in Brăila continues, in 2018, the national program "Clean Cities", an itinerant program of the ECOTIC Organization, dedicated to WEEE collection in urban areas.